With groomed trails, a small stream and a covered pavilion, Sheppard's Bush Conservation is a delightful place to visit all year long. This beautiful woodlot, situated in the heart of Aurora, is popular with power walkers and picnickers alike.
The property was donated to the Ontario Heritage Foundation by Mr. E.R. Sheppard in 1971 and is managed by the Conservation Authority and Town of Aurora. Children are encouraged to explore aquatic life, map out hidden treasures and build shelters as part of the LSRCA's annual Summer Nature Programme.
Information provided by the Lake Simcoe Conservation website
Directions: The main entrance is off of Industry Street, in Aurora, with a second entrance off of Industrial Parkway.
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